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Judge Sides With United in Expedia Contract Case
Expedia failed in its bid to maintain access to data for United flights scheduled after the companies' ticketing agreement expires.
WTO Rebuffs Trump on ‘National Security’ Claims
A decision in a Russia-Ukraine trade dispute rejects an argument Trump has made to justify a 25% tariff on global auto imports.
Trump Taps Former Pizza Exec Cain for Fed Seat
Fed veterans are concerned Trump is seeking to reshape the central bank with political loyalists Herman Cain and Stephen Moore.
Ex-Trucking Firm CFO Charged in $245M Fraud
Peter Armbruster allegedly used deceptive accounting maneuvers so Roadrunner Transportation could meet analysts' estimates.
WeWork Buys Managed by Q Logistics Platform
The combination of the two companies "will deliver an unprecedented and seamless office experience for growing companies everywhere.”
U.K. Lawmakers Urge Full Breakup of Big Four
“The Big Four’s dominance has fostered a precarious market which shuts out challengers and delivers audits which investors and the public cannot rely on."
Qualcomm CFO Davis Moves to Rival Intel
After six years at Qualcomm, George Davis joins Intel at a time when "Wall Street is hoping for greater financial discipline at the chip giant."
Walgreens Slashes 2019 Outlook, Shares Dip 12%
The company's second-quarter report showed the continuing impact of shrinking generic drug sales on the country's largest pharmacy chains.
U.S. Moves to Limit ‘Joint Employer’ Liability
A Labor Department proposal is an "obvious road map" for companies to evade liability for labor law violations by franchisees, a critic says.
U.S. Retail Sales Take Surprising Dip in February
The measure of consumer spending fell 0.2% after a 1.2% gain in January, signaling tepid economic growth for the first quarter.
Fresenius Medical Fined $231M in Bribery Probe
The German medical device company allegedly paid $31 million in bribes to doctors and public health officials in at least 17 countries.
Judge OKs $5.5B Financing Package for PG&E
The Chapter 11 financing is secured by PG&E assets, raising concerns over what could happen if the utilty defaults.
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